Lamborghini Huracan in off-road video is absolutely fun to watch

The Huracan is the best selling Lamborghini around the world. The sports car is loved by the enthusiasts and can put any race track on fire. The Huracan is a supercar that has been designed specifically for the track. But what happens when it goes off-roading? Let’s watch the video.

The video shows a pimped-up Lamborghini Hurcan complete with the wrap and a rooftop box reaching slushy region. The owner then takes the vehicle for a quick spin on the mud. It can be seen in the video that the owner has put the vehicle in the Corsa mode by clicking the toggle on the steering twice. The Corsa mode is the most fun mode and allows the vehicle to go out of control by disengaging many electric safety features. The Corsa mode also sharpens the throttle response in the vehicle and allows the vehicle to slide more.

In the stock version, the Lamborghini Huracan produces a maximum of 602 Bhp and 560 Nm. The car seen in the video produces a maximum of 800 Bhp. The 5.2-litre naturally aspirated V10 engine of the Huracan has been spiced up with a turbocharger to produce extra power. With all the extra power in the Corsa mode, the owner can be seen doing drifts, putting the car in launch mode and also doughnuts in the mud.

Lamborghini Huracan in off-road video is absolutely fun to watch

He later mentions that the Huracan is heating up unusually. He reveals that the air dams are clogged with the mud and the radiators are not working properly, which in turn is making the vehicle run hotter. Even though the engine of the Huracan is placed at the rear, the radiators are placed at the front of the vehicle to take the advantage of fresh air. The mud and dirt clogged up the radiators badly and they stopped functioning properly.

The owner also adds that the Huracan gets a laminated vinyl wrap on paint protection film, thick plastic skid plate under the front bumper, and a wire mesh protection to save the front radiators. However, even with all the planning, the Lamborghini gave away to the tough conditions.


Shantonil Nag

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